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Laura Timms: 10 Facts about Parasitoid Wasps (Ichneumonidae)

In the past, Entomology Today has featured some posts about parasitoid wasps and how then can be used for biological control of insect pests. For example:

New Parasitoid Wasp Species Found in China May Help Save Pine Trees

Virginia Entomologists Use Mexican Wasps to Help Indian Farmers

Videos of Parasitoid Wasps and their Caterpillar Hosts

New Wasp Species Discovered in Taiwan Lays Eggs Inside Damselfly Eggs

Can Pakistani Wasps Save the California Citrus Industry?

Chinese Wasps are Taking on the Emerald Ash Borer

More recently, Laura Timms, a postdocoral fellow at the Lyman Entomological Museum, has written an excellent article called “10 Facts about Parasitoid Wasps (Ichneumonidae)” for Christopher Buddle’s SciLogs Blog.


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